The first phase of Jewar International Greenfield Airport is included in the world's 100 strategic global infrastructure projects in 2020. In this regard, the UP Government has been invited to the 13th Global Infrastructure Leadership Forum to be held in New York, the USA from 25 to 27 March. In the forum, the state government officials will tell about the success of the land acquisition to the completion of the tender for Jewar International Airport.
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Delhi Greater Noida/Jewar Airport is a proposed new airport development venture for the Indian capital, Delhi. The new airport would furnish the National Capital Region with a second office after Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport. The designs for the airport were endorsed by India's Aviation Ministry on 25-Jun-2015.
The Government conceded site leeway to Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC) for the foundation of a greenfield airport. The office will require a 2200 section of land site and development is relied upon to take three to four years. The new airport might be situated at a site recognized close Jewar, where land procurement has initiated, or close Bhiwadi in Rajasthan's Alwar region.
The area would require revision of guidelines forestalling the foundation of another airport inside 150km of a current office. GMR Group holds the main right of refusal for any new airport in Delhi. Yamuna Expressway Industrial Development Authority (YEIDA) initiated financing for the Jewar Noida International Airport venture.
The main period of Jewar airport has been remembered for the world's 100 key worldwide frameworks anticipates for the year 2020
The airport, being worked by Zurich Airport International AG, will be Asia's second-biggest international airport